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captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: the supreme court today struck down a key provision of the voting rights act, arguing there was no longer justification for subjecting mostly southern states and counties to federal oversight. good evening. i'm jeffrey brown. >> ifill: and i'm gwen ifill. on the newshour tonight, marcia coyle breaks down the major rulings, and we debate the court's 5-4 decision on voting rights, as well as the likely fallout. >> brown: then, president obama unveils a sweeping plan to combat climate change without congressional approval. we get two takes on his proposals. >> ifill: colorado prepares to roll out a new way for residents to get health insurance. betty ann bowser reports on the challenge of getting people to buy in. >> there's 800,000 uninsured in this state. probably 600,000 to 700,000 of those will need to be educated by september. i think it's a monoutilityal task. ♪ when i'm gonna go back home >> brown: and we close with singer and actress audra mcdonald: her recent whirlwind of new career challenges, and the one place
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: the senate today passed the most significant immigration reform in a generation. good evening, i'm jeffrey brown. >> warner: and i'm margaret warner. on the "newshour" tonight, we examine what did and didn't make it into the final senate bill and the challenge ahead as the fight over immigration shifts to the house. >> brown: then, president obama kicks off a six-day swing through africa. we discuss the past, present and future of the u.s. presence on the continent. >> warner: they're young, they're talented, but the new generation of classical performers are struggling to find work. paul solman reports on how hard economic times haven't deterred some starving artists. >> we don't go into music for the money. we go into music because it's part of our soul. it's part of who we are. it's what we have to do. >> brown: we move ahead to the new battlegrounds in the fight over same-sex marriage on the heels of yesterday's landmark rulings from the supreme court. >> warner: and ray suarez looks at the new federal rules, aim
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: fury and unrest in brazil swelled to new heights last night, when one million people took to the streets in anti-government protests. good evening, i'm jeffrey brown. >> suarez: and i'm ray suarez. on the "newshour" tonight, we get the latest on what's fueling the outrage and what brazil's government might do to quell it. >> brown: then, we continue our series "inside immigration reform". tonight, we debate whether those seeking permanent residence in the u.s. should be required to learn english. >> suarez: "money is the root of all evil," it's been said, but could it be true? paul solman reports on new research to determine whether wealth may make us more likely to bend the rules. >> people all the way at the top were actually cheating four times as much as someone all the way at the bottom, just to win credits for a $50 cash prize. >> brown: mark shields and david brooks analyze the week's news. >> suarez: and we close with the author of a new book "does jesus really love me?" and his journey as a gay christian to f
in california. good evening, i'm gwen ifill. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the "newshour" tonight, we examine the action on this last day of the term with analysis from marcia coyle, plus reaction to the much-awaited decisions. >> ifill: then, ray suarez reports on a resilient fungus being spread by the hot, dry, dusty winds of the mojave desert and causing serious infections. >> i thought i was dying. that first weekend, i thought, i mean, i thought for sure. i've never been this sick in my life. >> brown: we recap a dramatic night in the texas state senate, where a marathon filibuster and chanting activists foiled a last-minute push to pass new restrictions on abortions. >> ifill: and margaret warner updates the mounting tensions in egypt, as president mohammed morsi addresses his nation and the opposition plans large scale protests. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> supported by the john d. and catherine t. macarthur foundation. committed to building a more just, verdant and peaceful world. more inform
to a lower court for a second look. good evening. i'm gwen ifill. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the newshour tonight, we get analysis from marcia coyle on that and other rulings today, plus a debate about what the high court's limited decision on affirmative action means for the future. >> ifill: then, n.s.a. leaker edward snowden remains on the run. from hong kong to moscow, to who knows where next, margaret warner looks at how the u.s. is trying to track him down. >> brown: ray suarez has our coverage of opening statements in the trial of george zimmerman, charged with second- degree murder in the shooting death of florida teenager trayvon martin. >> ifill: and judy woodruff talks to two authors who are tracking the shift of power from washington, d.c., to the cities and states, launching a "metropolitan revolution." i think when you have coalitions of mayors, civic leaders, business leaders all coming together and showing that change can really happen on the ground, that is a powerful example for washington. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major fundi
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: president obama arrived in south africa today, for a weekend visit likely to be shadowed by concerns about ailing former president nelson mandela. good evening, i'm jeffrey brown. >> warner: and i'm margaret warner. on the "newshour" tonight, we talk with charlayne hunter gault about the legendary south african leader and his nation. >> south africa will only be 20 years old in its democracy next year and they take baby steps and sometimes, as you know, with baby steps they stumble and fall. >> brown: then, with edward snowden still on the run, we examine new revelations about the scope of the government's monitoring of internet activity. >> warner: betty ann bowser reports on provisions in the new health care law that aim to limit the need to rehospitalize medicare patients after they're discharged. >> in the past we simply gave the patient a prescription and hoped for the best. what we are doing is making is making sure that we are in constant contact with the patients after they are sent out. >> brown: marcia coyl
for public comment. >> evening ms. brown how are you. >> we can hear you speak a little bit louder. >> ms. paulette brown i want to show this little video. >> i believe we should do that. so if somebody tells me our expectation is that with the new way that we have - >> i still have no investigator. homicide >> neighborhood is squarely - but still with a (inaudible). everyday. >> and i wanted to say that august 14th of in around the corn my sons anniversary will be coming up still in justice or closure i still have no investigator i haven't heard anything. so i'm still out there on the battlefield and it's still painful and i still need help and want something done about the case. we have all the names of the person who murder my child. we know who killed my son. i'm tired of the killing and seeing this happen everyday. >> thank you, ms. brown. >> next speaker >> good evening commissioners. and those of you who you are the most popular guy in the room. i want to thank you for showing up so we have a quorum this week. i am here because i need help. people in my building need help and t
during your investigation. >> that's right. jessica brown failed to properly hold her sexual assault complaint she said. she asked us to tell the story. our investigation questions, is this retaliation and is an emergency room the proper place to serve termination papers? >> i didn't want my career or my reputation to be tarnished. >> reporter: she has spent 12 years in the california national guard, including a tour in afghanistan. >> to me, it felt like it would be betterfy was dead. >> reporter: in front of our cameras she criticized the california national guard for not properly handling her complaint of a sexual assault while on duty in las vegas. >> i didn't want to die, but i couldn't handle it anymore. >> reporter: these are pictures of jessica brown last month. a hospital bed in the emergency room at the hospital, her third suicide attempt in the past three years. >> she's in dang. she's -- she's trying to -- >> reporter: jessica's mother was by her daughter eastside in the hospital room. hours earlier jessica left this note that included my leadership obviously wants me to
. and then we have omar community collaborative, gwen brown. >> good afternoon, i am the executive director of burnle heights. >> good evening, our organization works through the vitalized commission street in excelior planning collaboratives. 57% are foreign born. 74% of the households are considered family households. 18% of the residents live in linguistic isolation. 27% of the hispanic and 27% of the asian-speaking homes lack community services. there are few public plazas or places for all ages and ethnicities together. we have a lack of venues and clubs for all ages. and the poverty is 7.54%. >> with nicole i participate in the excelsior that is in the heart of the mission. in the collaborative one thing that we accomplished is putting together the process of strategic planning and envisioning for the community. and with various community meetings that involve over 15 organizations. and we put together with the help of supervisor avalos' office and the values of the community. and these are values that community members came to put together. i am going to continue for 15 more seconds.
a month with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >> today on "tmz" -- >> ok, chris brown threatens another woman allegedly. >> chris brown was charged with hit-and-run where he allegedly rear-ended a lady. she takes a photo and he went crazy chris brown style. >> is chris brown that stupid? > let's see. >> sharon osbourne was on conan o'brien and he brings up that she wants to have sex with prince charles. >> did this hurt ozzie's feelings? > no, because he can [beep] camilla. >> this is
. >> governor brown needs to appoint a new president of the cpuc, most important thing is that the cpuc focus on holding pge accountable. >> the commissioners claiming they were still meeting never got back to us today. they had their chance. i'm consumer editor, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> sidewalk prayer services were held for two homicide victims in san francisco. >> hear our prayers for your son whom you have called from this life to yourself. >> 19-year-old rice was gunned down monday while he waited at a bus stop in hunter point. as part of the justice ministry, the san francisco agent lick arch die sis holds prayer services for homicide victims. >> we're here to let the community know we're here, we care, and to bring everyone together in peace. >> we can start to prevent violence and see that we are humans and we should not be killing each other. >> the second prayer service was held in bruno heights for 27-year-old richard wells who was shot and killed after midnight tuesday. >>> members of congress say the irs isn't giving americans the answers they deserve. danny reported back to cong
here today as well representing our board. thank you very much, mayor brown, for being here as well, and the moscone family and friends, and former members of our board as well. welcome, everyone, to this 34th tribute and remembrance of mayor moscone and supervisor harvey milk. you know, i will say at the outset in gathering my thoughts here and my personal thoughts here, of what they represented. as we wait for this wonderful sound to pass by. they made it very quiet here. hope everyone is okay. >>> you know, mayor moscone and supervisor milk to me, as i was a law student in the bay area when the assassinations happened, and wanted to be part of a government that was going to be much more open. in fact, i had to sue the government in order to make it more open. and those years where struggle and just representing people who wanted to make the city much more equality bent was where i felt. and i feel today that if mayor moscone and harvey milk were here, they'd be pretty proud of what we've been able to accomplish in those years. seeing how mayor brown became mayor and my lucky char
for pride celebration out here in the castro district. >>> governor jerry brown made his first comments. brown welcomed the decision after years of a long struggle. he said he has consulted with camela harris and gave this order to all 58 counties in california. >> to begin performing all marriages, same-sex or other wise as soon as the stay is lifted. >> reporter: lifting the stay is expected to take at least 25 days allowing time for the opposition to appeal. >>> governor brown also signed california's budget today. in six minutes the big winners in the $96 billion spending plan. and why one local facility could be forced to close. >>> an earthquake rattled the san benito area an hour ago. it registered 3.9 and officials consider that a light earthquake. we have been hearing from viewers on our facebook page. one man in hollister said he felt it strongly there. most of the comments have come from people in the south bay and some in the east bay have also reported the shaking. so far no reports of damage or injuries. >>> the bay area is heating up and going to get hotter in the next f
notredame and the national chairman for 911 welcome number 81, tim brown. [ applause ] >> thank you very much. elise. she left out number 81 in your program but number one in your heart she left that part out. so it is a pleasure to be here today. we are here to recognize two outstanding 911 youth heroes and four incredible 911 dispatch heroes. these youngsters acted with bravely and confidence, and in an imagine crisis situation and helped to save the lives of their loved ones. our 4, 911 dispatch heroes worked behind the scenes in cooperation with law enforcement and fire and emergency medical response, the men and women who answer this call each day are the true first responders when a emergency strikes which can often make the difference between life-and-death between people in need. they are truly real heroes. please join me in welcoming the director of san francisco management lisa hofmann. [ applause ] >> thank you, tim and thank you elise and kelley from 911 for kids, every year they make this a successful ceremony in honoring children, heroes and dispatchers who are really the p
,000 and their group. mike brown representing district 10 and 11. lisa prosak, direct 10. lance hill district 10 and charlie walker district 10. >> i am blandy mack, the program director of girls 2,000. we are a hunter's point family. we have been in the community over for 13 years, and we are here to address the cut in funding for girls 2,000. we offer more than after-school programs as i heard earlier. we do year-round programming, all summer programming, and green education and life-skill building and we are extended family. more than just a program, the new name for case managers is care managers. because we take care of our girls in the community. they are not a case, they are humans, they are spirit and energy and clearly the future. we come to you today and i brought a couple of my girls with me. and what we do in girls 2,000. and in the gardens my girls showed up their skills something that every black woman. and i will introduce dejenae and why she comes to girls 2,000. >> my name is janeja, i come to 2,000 because after school i usually go home and be bored. when i go to 2000 i have fu
to chef, justin brown. >> it doesn't matter how many times we apologize. we can forgive, but we won't forget. >> food network star is facing racial dediscrimination and sexual harassment lawsuit. the plaintiff's lawyer asked her, have you ever used the n word yourself? deen answered yes. in what context? well, it was probably when a black man burst into the bank and put a gun to my head. well, then, when did you use it? probably telling my husband. that's just not a word we use as time has gone on. things have changed since the 60s in the south. >> she was representing everything we do. so, for her to do that and make money off of what she does, it's like a slap in the face. that's why people are taking it hard, because a lot of people look up to paula deen. >> half a stick of butter. >> deen pushed her high calorie dishes for three years after learning she was diabetic. >> you think these mishaps are starting to chip away and now beginning to question everything that paula deen says. >> to offer an apology to those that i have hurt. >> deen released three videos, but never sp
are black and brown and yellow, and we are asking for their support. by not receiving the support it sends a message to the children who work hard collectively from different communities and different ethnic backgrounds that they don't matter and the focus was actually the right for african-americans to remain. every time you go to a meeting that is the focal point of the young people want to address that and it's not recognized. the group that the developed the program is diverse was not -- one of the comments is it's not diverse. i am personally offended because one of the comments there was not enough post secondary education among the staff. our staff has been doing this work for more than 20 years. any other agency, even the city itself recognizes education versus work experience, and we take offense to this. we speak openly to our children. they know what the comments were and it's just sad that you sent message that was sent that the people they consider their family don't matter. >> thank you. next speaker please. >> hi. my name is loretta davis and i work for the reason --
brown. the initial fighting was one-sided. i was amazed by the military and the torture chambers. >> with that the rest of our government was as utterly competent, brilliantly competent as the military is. i think that, you know, the interest thing as peggy said is humanitarian case for this war turns out to have been stronger than the strategic case for the war. before this we were told because of destruction because of the alliance with terrorism. but when you see the torture chamber and when you see the reaction of the iraqi people and when you see them dancing in the streets you know the humanitarian part about it -- >> do you think the american people are going to be convinced by these smiling faces? they're not fake. >> i think the welcoming faces are going to last an awful long time. >> katty had it right. that was her first time on this show. tony blair was losing popularity. the people thought he was far too supportive of george w. bush. and when he left office, we played this. >> i miss those red ties. don't count him out. let me tell you that way. i know a man of resol
ifill. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the newshour tonight, we get analysis from marcia coyle on that and other rulings today, plus a debate about what the high court's limited decision on affirmative action means for the future. >> ifill: then, n.s.a. leaker edward snowden remains on the run. from hong kong to moscow, to who knows where next, margaret warner looks at how the u.s. is trying to track him down. >> brown: ray suarez has our coverage of opening statements in the trial of george zimmerman, charged with second- degree murder in the shooting
, los angeles. captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: the supreme court today struck down a key provision of the voting rights act, arguing there was no longer justification for subjecting mostly southern states and counties to federal oversight. good evening. i'm jeffrey brown. >> ifill: and i'm gwen ifill. on the newshour tonight, marcia coyle breaks down the major rulings, and we debate the court's 5-4 decision on voting rights, as well as the likely fallout. >> brown: then, president obama unveils a sweeping plan to combat climate change without congressional approval. we get two takes on his proposals. >> ifill: colorado prepares to roll out a new way for residents to get health insurance. betty ann bowser reports on the challenge of getting people to buy in.
---al escuchar la decision, el gobernador de california jerry brown... take vo ...ordeno a todos los funcionarios estatales de los 58 condados, a cumplir la orden de permitir los matrimonios gay, una vez que la orden judicial sea levantada en 25 dias. ---durante el dia, la procuradora estatal kamala harris, habia dicho que el tribunal federal de apelaciones del noveno circuito podia levantar dicha suspension, pero mas tarde, un portavoz del tribunal de segunda instancia informo que se esperarn los 25 dias que marca la ley. topvo cesar ---pero una vez que se empiecen a girar actas de matrimonio en california, sera un gran impulso economico para la industria de los matrimonios... ---segun un reporte por la universidad de california en los angeles, se calcula que dentro de los proximos tres anos. take half slab se realizaran unas 37 mil bodas gay, lo que generaria un derrame economico de unos 492 millones de dolares para el estado... ---negocios tales como companias de banquetes, fotografos, y floristas entre otros, tambien se beneficiaran... cesar ---varios representant es del sector r
stay with us. captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: the senate today passed the most significant immigration reform in a generation. good evening, i'm jeffrey brown. >> warner: and i'm margaret warner. on the "newshour" tonight, we examine what did and didn't make it into the final senate bill and the challenge ahead as the fight over immigration shifts to the house. >> brown: then, president obama kicks off a six-day swing through africa. we discuss the past, present and future of the u.s. presence on the continent. >> warner: they're young, they're talented, but the new generation of classical perfos
and it evacuated the area. >> everyone was allowed to return by 2:30 afternoon. >>> governor brown signed an on time balanced budget for california. >> ken pritchard reports from the capital, and how healthcare received the most out of this budget. >> a public signing of a budget. >> it is usually a good sign. >> it is a big day for schoolkids, a big day for californiians who don't have healthcare or adequate healthcare. >> more money targeting districts, k through 12. >> san francisco will see $300 more per student, other winners, $107 million to fund college students, $34 million to restore the adult dental care program and $206 million for mental health programs. >> governor brown signed a bill that expands medical coverage expanding coverage to president obama's plan. >> while some celebrate medical expansion, the hope that past medical were dashed. >> that maybe enough to force the entire hospital in a rural hospital to shut its doors. >> with will hospital association, jewish home in san francisco may be forced to lay off staff because of cuts to medical reimbursement rates, this as
that we see here who spoke, the mayor and mayor brown, mayor lee, those that have gone on into the state senate and the state assembly, by those that have gone on to the national stage representing not only the lgbt community, but every marginalized community we've had in this country. the chorus that i'll talk about in a minute who got their first public performance on the night that harvey and george were taken from us. but mayor brown called them two extraordinary individuals. actually, mayor brown shared that with me four years ago. it has stayed with me. harvey and george, they put in place, as the mayor said, a foundation of what we see today in equality and justice. we actually live in an extraordinary time because of the shoulders created by george and harvey. we live in an extraordinary moment because each of you believe you're worthy because each of you have a gift of authenticity to offer the world. and each of you are here tonight with not only the moscone and milk family, but the true meaning of the human family, in remembrance of the sacrifices that have taken us to get us
, los angeles. captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: president obama arrived in south africa today, for a weekend visit likely to be shadowed by concerns about ailing former president nelson mandela. good evening, i'm jeffrey brown. >> warner: and i'm margaret warner. on the "newshour" tonight, we talk with charlayne hunter gault about the legendary south african leader and his nation. >> south africa will only be 20 years old in its democracy next year and they take baby steps and sometimes, as you know, with baby steps they stumble and fall. >> brown: then, with edward snowden still on the run, we examine new revelations about the scope of the government's monitoring of internet activity. >> warner: betty ann bowser reports on provisions in the new health care law that aim to limit the need to rehospitalize
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